7A
 Counting.
This level aims to thoroughly familiarise the student with numbers
through counting and tracing.

6A
 Reading
numbers. Level 6A enables the student to read numbers up to 30 and
broadens his/her understanding of the order of numbers.

5A
 Drawing
Lines, Reading Numbers, Reciting Numbers. Level 5A enables students to
read numbers up to 40 and recite numbers up to 50. Upon completion of
this level, students will also be able to demonstrate pencil control
when drawing lines.

4A
 Writing
Numbers. Level 4A develops the students' ability to see the sequence
of numbers from 1220. This level also enables the student to write
numbers in the correct way and is helpful for learning addition.

3A

The
aim of level 3A is to enhance the students' number writing skills and
to introduce the mental addition of numbers from 1 to 5.

2A
 In
this level develops student’s skills in the addition and subtraction
of numbers up to 10.

A
 Level
A focuses on the development of mental addition skills. The student’s
ability to mentally calculate, will be used in each area of maths in
the future.

B
 The
aim of Level B is for students to develop skills in written addition
and subtraction using the mental calculation skills learned throughout
Levels 3AA.

C
 Multiplication
and Division. Level C enables students to memorise the 29
multiplication tables, multiply by 1 digit numbers and divide by 1
digit numbers and find the remainders.

D
 Division
by 2 Digit Numbers and Introduction to Fractions. This level enables
students to perform long multiplication and long division, rewrite
improper fractions as mixed numbers and reduce fractions.

E
 The
Basics on Calculating Fractions. Level E enables students to add,
subtract, multiply and divide fractions and decimals. When students
complete this level they will be able to rewrite fractions as decimals
and vice versa

F
 Mixed
Four Operations With Fractions and Decimals. Level F concludes the
study of arithmetic and acts as a springboard to algebra. This level
enables students to  calculate a mixture of the four operations with
fractions and decimals;  calculate the four operations with decimals
including vertical calculation;  solve word problems using the
concept of fractions.

G
 Level
G introduces students to basic algebra. Upon completion of this level,
students will be able to calculate positive and negative numbers,
simplify basic algebraic equations and solve one variable linear
equations.

H
 Simultaneous
Linear Equations and Functions. Level H enables students to  solve
simultaneous linear equations;  work with linear functions on the
number plane;  simplify monomials and polynomials.

I
 Factorisation,
Square Roots and Quadratic Equations. Level I will help students
develop higher mathematical skills. When students finish this level,
they will be able to  factorise polynomials;  calculate with square
roots;  solve quadratic equations;  work with linear functions on
the number plane;  use the Pythagorean theorem.

J
 Expansion
of Polynomial Products and Factor Theorem

K
 Quadratic
Functions, Fractional Functions, Irrational Functions, Trigonometric
Functions and Exponential Functions

L
 Trigonometric
Theorems, Tangent Lines of Circles, Equations of Straight Lines,
Quadratic Curves

M
 Arithmetic
Sequences, differential and Integral calculus

N
 Surface
Vectors, Coordinates in Space, Equations of Lines and Planes, Matrices

O
 Infinite
Geometric Series, Limits of Functions, Differentiation, Applications
of Differential Calculus

P
 Indefinite
Integrals, Definite Integrals and Differential Equations

Q
 Permutations,
Binomial Theorem, Statistics
